Baltic House

In a joint venture with Crossfield Exclusive Developments, we have purchased this site in the heart of Liverpool's Baltic Triangle.

David Ayem, director at Exclusive Investments said: “This development, if properly executed, has enormous potential to transform the area around Norfolk Street and bring an attractive, sustainable addition to the wider Baltic Triangle.
“We recognise there may be negative connotations around the site’s past, but this is a new dawn for the project and its future is now in safe, local hands.
David Cain, director at Crossfield Group said: “The overwhelming majority of our team hails from Liverpool and we each understand the importance of undertaking development that not only strengthens the city’s ongoing regeneration but also safeguards its architectural legacy. That’s exactly what we will aim to deliver.
If our revised plans are approved, there is huge employment potential for local people. We are likely to appoint up to ten new full-time positions to Crossfield directly, whilst our supply chain will see a further 300-400 workers on the site, all of whom would be local. This is integral to some of the positive outcomes we will expect from the construction of the scheme.”

The scheme on Norfolk Street, formerly known as Baltic House, was originally devised by a previous developer but work ground to a halt last year and the project has lain dormant ever since.

We are currently going through planning on the scheme and if approved, works will begin imminently by our construction arm.

David Ayem, director at Exclusive Investments said: “This development, if properly executed, has enormous potential to transform the area around Norfolk Street and bring an attractive, sustainable addition to the wider Baltic Triangle.
“We recognise there may be negative connotations around the site’s past, but this is a new dawn for the project and its future is now in safe, local hands.

David Cain, director at Crossfield Group said: “The overwhelming majority of our team hails from Liverpool and we each understand the importance of undertaking development that not only strengthens the city’s ongoing regeneration but also safeguards its architectural legacy. That’s exactly what we will aim to deliver.
If our revised plans are approved, there is huge employment potential for local people. We are likely to appoint up to ten new full-time positions to Crossfield directly, whilst our supply chain will see a further 300-400 workers on the site, all of whom would be local. This is integral to some of the positive outcomes we will expect from the construction of the scheme.”


“The overwhelming majority of our team hails from Liverpool and we each understand the importance of undertaking development that not only strengthens the city’s ongoing regeneration but also safeguards its architectural legacy. That’s exactly what we will aim to deliver. If our revised plans are approved, there is huge employment potential for local people. We are likely to appoint up to ten new full-time positions to Crossfield directly, whilst our supply chain will see a further 300-400 workers on the site, all of whom would be local. This is integral to some of the positive outcomes we will expect from the construction of the scheme”
David Cain
Director
Crossfield Group

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